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|www.hotlivegirls.co.za Scam Adult Phone Chat Reviews - Hot Girls Live!|
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Hot Live Girls (AKA, Hot Girls Live) employ girls from around the country, such as Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg and send them out on a prerogative quest of spamming there services. These Phone Chat Tramps have zero respect for Free Ads SA Adult Dating Advertising Policies and even less respect for themselves.
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www.hotlivegirls.co.za scam review posted by - Free Ads SA - Admin
|Drdene +27835805415 email@example.com Scam Fraud|
Drdene Fraudster and Scam Con-Artist
Drdene, aka Dr Denebele must be one of the biggest scam and fraud con-artist on the internet that has more contact profiles than I've had birthday! (and I'm no spring chicken)
Drdene and his fake 'Lost Love Spells' and 'Traditional Healer' crap has been a pain in my @ss since I opened Free Ads SA.
Drdene as he calls himself has posted hundreds of ads related to lost love spells and traditional healers that have been removed and has on many occasions been warned not to spam duplicate content that exists on other classifieds and has been warned not to post adult orientate images of penis's and boobs. But yet Drdene continues his feeding frenzy of spam to such an extent I've had to dedicate a portion of my life to removing the spam (that pisses me off)
Drdene and the likes of the phone chat tramps, www.hotlivegirls.co.za use different free email accounts like firstname.lastname@example.org, IP addresses, contacts such as +27835805415 and names when creating profiles so it wont help I block profiles and IP's and I don't plan on moderating each ad (pending ads) The entire point of the classifieds is 'real time' advertising. So why should all suffer because of a few juvenile delinquent spammers on a prerogative quest of fraud, scam and irritation.
I'm most definitely not out to win the 'Mr Nice Guy Popularity Contest 2016' for the most polite classifieds. Hence, I've decided to open a fraud scam category allowing myself and members of the public a chance to expose the likes of Drdene and www.hotlivegirls.co.za. And they can all stand on there heads and blow bubbles through there @sses, I wont remove the spam, scam fraud reviews of Drdene and www.hotlivegirls.co.za.
The adult oriented spam resulted in Free Ads SA been demoted under safe search, Google classifying Free Ads SA as an adult only site, and was sent to the subterranean channels of the dark web, which did not impress me.
Dr Denebele is scam, a con-artist, a spammer and fraudster. DONT trust them, they will con-you.
Scam fraud review posted curtsey of Free Ads SA Admin
|New Bank Debit Order Fraud Scams|
Bank Debit Order Fraud Scams South Africa
Fraudsters have uncovered a floor in South Africa's debit order banking system allowing easy withdrawal access, which has resulted in an alarming figure of over 750 000 debit order disputes every month at an inter-bank level.
Absa Bank Debit Order Fraud Update:Absa Bank have now announced that unauthorised debit orders can be reversed (within 40 days)
Online tool helps you reverse unauthorised debit orders
Debit Order FraudBanks such as ABSA, FNB, Nedbank, Capitec and Standard bank have all been targeted.
Reality is, anyone can submit a debit order taking money from an account if they have your banking details (account number and name) and the bank does not question the debit order transaction.
SA banks release money from accounts without a signature on an authorization document or verification, and they don't notify you when a debit order takes place.
In other words. Banks do not in anyway confirm with the account holder before they process debit orders.
Most SA banks in general have a crappy attitude indicating they can't do anything from there side except give the name of the company and contact details and state they only investigate credit card fraud.
And the cops even have a worst attitude. The police (SAPS) won't even open a case because the crime was on the internet and you cant give them a place where the crime took place
Not a single bank (except for Absa Bank) has publicly responded and neither do they seem bothered about this debit order fraud due to them making bucks from unauthorized debit orders by benefiting through the fees charged on reversal transactions and say debit orders have nothing to do with them as it is between you and the person you give permission to take your money.
It makes a person wonder if its not perhaps them selling fraudsters peoples banking details.
Become vigilant, and protect your privacy and contact details as well as banking details.
|Latest Classified Fraud and Scam Warnings South Africa|
Classified Fraud and Scam
Just recently we published an article warning South Africans about the new bank debit order fraud scam advising them to be more vigilant, and to protect there privacy and contact details as well as banking details.
Classified Fraud and Scam
As we all know classifieds are targeted by fraudsters and scammers. Free Ads SA receives huge amounts of scam posts, as well as spam per a day that we moderate and remove.
As per date 2016-04-09 Free Ads SA moderates and removes an average of over 50% scam and spam ads per day from our server in an attempt to protect the users.
This by-itself takes time and is extremely labour intense as well as frustrating.
For that reason, and to help the public we've opted to open a Fraud and Scam category on the classifieds, warning people not to deal with these scam artist. The Fraud and Scam category allows you to post warnings that will help avoid others been caught-out.
Become vigilant and scam savvy
Our best advice to you:
1) If the deal sounds to good to be true its usually scam.
2) Don't trust a seller that advertises in an English country but speaks broken English. Specifically if his number is not local and he says his working abroad!
3) Always meet in a public place.
4) Where possible view the product, or get someone else to view the product before handing over money.
5) Become extremely wary of seller who ask for personal information like your bank details, email or debit/credit card number.
5) Try not to deal with buyers who insists on using a cheque, western union or MoneyGram.
We encourage buyers and sellers to let us know if they see ads you think are inappropriate or suspicious.
And on a final note. We cannot be held responsible for consumer fraud.
Related Fraud and Scam Articles
* New Bank Debit Order Fraud Scam
* List Of Finance and loan Scams
* Motor Vehicle Scam and Fraud Warning South Africa
* Drdene, aka Dr Denebele Scam
* www.hotlivegirls.co.za Scam Review
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Free Ads SA warns users to be vigilant rather than gullible before purchasing an item. If it sounds to good to be true, its, scam.